CONTE: I HOPE THIS WON’T BE JOHN TERRY’S LAST FA CUP MATCH FOR CHELSEA

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Chelsea captain John Terry has made just five Premier League appearances for Chelsea this season but he might be part of the Chelsea starting XI to face Manchester United on Monday night.

Ahead of our clash with Manchester United on Monday, Chelsea boss Antonio Conte is hoping the FA Cup game against Manchester United won’t be Terry’s last FA Cup match for Chelsea.

“I hope no, I don’t know about this, I prefer every situation to face at the end of the season when it will be the right time,” Conte said.

“John is doing great work this season on and off the pitch, he is very important.

“He is the captain and is working very well and helping me a lot in the changing room to translate the right message. He is an important player for us”

“I have to decide the starting 11 and for sure I try to make the best decision for the team. We want to be in the next round like Manchester United.”

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